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G6 OLED Review – LG impresses with top model
The G6 is the flagship of LG OLED TV. This is clearly seen off at the luxury flat design and the fine materials used, but unfortunately the price. Yet this model is its high price worth it because what you also look: hd, associate professor, HDR and 3D, everything looks in this OLED better. Moreover, it is also the sound of the Harman Kardon high-quality speaker system. With a purchase price of seven and a half thousand euro is our review sample well outside the budget of most TV buyers, but it is also simply the best television of the moment.
Perfect black display
Very good viewing angles
Best HDR rendering
Ads on homescreen
Tweakers zegt: 9
Price for publication: € 7500, –
Available from: € 7499, –
Tested model: LG OLED65G6V
It should by now be familiar: if you want a TV with the best possible picture, you have to have an OLED TV, for no LCD TV can come close to the contrast and black levels that allows the OLED technology. Say you OLED, you say LG, because this Korean brand is currently the only manufacturer of OLED panels for TVs. The costs associated with an OLED TV, showing a slow but steady decline. For the TV from this review, you will however still deep to dig into their pockets, as we watched the top model from LG: the G6. This model is available in two sizes: 65 inches, which you need to lay about 7,500 euros, and 77 inches, which you probably should just by saving, because this model costs nearly 30,000 euros. We watched the ‘small’ size G6, which still has a diagonal of 164cm. The observant reader might wonder whether it should not be 165cm, because you come on out if you do the math, but we have measured and the current picture is only 64,57inch large, at least enough to make a convincing uhd to display picture appears.
The screen of the G6 is not just big; It is also another super thin. The screen area is only 5.5 mm thick and is permanently connected to a speaker system from Harman Kardon. This speaker system plays the role of foot and sound plate simultaneously, and is rotated ninety degrees so that it gets stuck behind the screen as you mount the TV on the wall. All models of LG OLED run this year on webOS 3 and are suitable to display HDR images. In addition, the G6 is suitable for 3D viewing through passive glasses.Viewing:-187
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